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I am so thrilled to have helped with the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare's first Sustainable Dentistry course.
Article: Environmental impact of Personal Protective Equipment supplied to health and social care services in England in the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article by CSH's Sustainable Surgery Fellow, Chantelle Rizan, and co-authors, provides greenhouse gas emission factors for the different healthcare waste streams in the UK.
Background: Health-care services are necessary for sustaining and improving human wellbeing, yet they have an environmental footprint that contributes to environment-related threats to human health
The theme of this first report in the Nordic Know-How series is nitrous oxide destruction. Nitrous oxide substantially contributes to the climate footprint of the healthcare sector.
Honeycomb Dental Clinic is an independent general dental practice in Winscombe, Somerset with a strong environmentally sustainable ethos.
This collection of papers from the British Dental Journalexplores how dentistry can be carried out more sustainably and covers topics including procurement, climate change,
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare in partnership with Health Education England is hosting a webinar series to launch our how-to g
Green Impact is a sustainability accreditation scheme with an audit and awards element designed specifically for dental practices.
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, with funding from Health Education England, has developed a free-to-access Guide for improving the sustainability of a dental practice.
All the presentations from the Sustainable Dentistry Conference on 29th June 2018 can now be viewed here.
Duane et al. “Carbon mitigation, patient choice and cost reduction – triple bottom line optimisation for health care planning” Public Health 2014 Oct;128(10):920–4
“How can Dentistry be Sustainable? An Exploratory Study” (YouTube Video of presentation of the study)
Abstract: Direct-placement dental restorative materials include dental amalgam, glass ionomer, resin-modified glass ionomer, compomer and resin-based composite (RBC).
Duane, B., Berners Lee, M., White, S., Stancliffe, R. & Steinbach, I. BDJ (2017) 223: 589–593
Colour poster / leaflet giving 10 practical steps to improve the sustainability of a dental service - please feel free to use and share.
Sustainability has been recognised as a domain of quality in healthcare, and building it into quality improvement (QI) is a practical way to drive incremental change towards a more ethical, sustain
Interested in Sustainable dentistry and how to make your clinical practice more eco and patient friendly as well as make cost savings?
This study used an audit approach to explore the potential for sustainability in dental practice by measuring the nature and quantity of dental clinical waste, and assessing the feasibility of meas
The data set presents the carbon footprinting analysis of NHS dentistry which has been carried out by the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare on behalf of Public Health England.